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Jerry Clark
08-16-2005, 10:31 AM
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Jerry Clark
08-16-2005, 10:41 AM
aolemb://7573F830-4FB9-47C8-80FA-CD1A60743D6C/000_000_unknown.jpg New fuel gauge for the 2006 vehicles

Jeff Sudmeier
08-16-2005, 11:49 AM

I think you mean this? :) Unfortunately for a lot of people, the $45 won't fill it up. It just BARELY fills up my blazer! Heck I remember when I first got it's twin I was pissed when it was over $20... This is depressing!

Don Baer
08-16-2005, 11:56 AM
Yea, mine would be something like $15,$30,$45,$60. Opps that was yesterday today it's probubly $20,$40,$60,$80........:eek: :mad:

Bart Leetch
08-16-2005, 3:23 PM
I have a hot rod Ford & a $2 bill & not enough gas to get over the hill. :eek:

Vaughn McMillan
08-16-2005, 4:16 PM
Although I miss the vehicle, I sure don't miss the 32 gallon tank I had on my '90 Bronco. That thing would cost way too much to fill nowadays.

I'm finally seeing $3.00+ proces for gas locally (for premium - the 87 octane is running about $0.15/gal less).

- Vaughn

Ken Fitzgerald
08-16-2005, 8:42 PM
My 1-ton is driven on a "have to" basis only! 460ci 4:10 rearend 5speed 4X4.....2 - 19 gallon tanks......my wife's been gone for the summer and the 5th wheel trailer isn't leaving the place.

Jim Becker
08-16-2005, 11:44 PM
Yup...doesn't go high enough. The Tundra holds 26 gallons. (The Highlander Hybrid Limited I just ordered holds about that much, but goes farther on it...)

Jim Dunn
08-17-2005, 9:05 AM
Did you notice the price of diesel compared to gas? My work trucks are all diesel and we put a $10.00 surcharge on delivery and service work yesterday. We are not going to eat these higher fuel costs, my customers are:(!

Scott Parks
08-17-2005, 10:56 AM
$68.00 to fill my wife's truck yesterday($2.50/g).:mad: Only 1 year ago I was spending $1.00 per gallon less. So by next summer, $3.50/G, and the following summer will be $4.50/G. Right???

Jim Becker
08-18-2005, 3:12 PM
An alternative version of the new fuel gage has been released...

Tom Stover
08-18-2005, 4:56 PM
Well Jim, thats the way my fuel gage works. Right now both are pointing to the left.

Gil Mitchell
08-18-2005, 9:30 PM
my ford F350 has a 39 gallon tank cost me $90 sad is'nt it:(